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Old 10-24-2006, 05:30 PM   #1
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Blue Ox Adds Extended Height on Bike Rack

Blue Ox has added an extended height bike rack to their growing line of bike carriers providing a method of transport for bicycles behind motorhomes to the racks that already are being used on SUVs.

Designed with the same quality and excellence that Blue Ox provides in their other product lines, the extended height bike rack offers an easy to use rack for transporting your bicycles while towing a vehicle behind your motorhome. The bike racks have been engineered for strength and durability and can be customized to fit your needs.

These bike racks minimize swaying during transport behind your motorhome. These extended models have an added that fit on your motorhome tow bars allow for the tow bars to be folded up underneath without having to remove the bicycle from the rack.

"The extended bike rack is a perfect fit for our customers,"¯ says Jay Hesse, President of Blue Ox. "At Blue Ox they can count on 24/7 customer care to assist with all their travel needs."¯

For more information on the complete line of Blue Ox® , sport carriers, braking systems, steering controls, towing systems, weight distributing hitch systems and accessories contact Blue Ox®, One Mill Rd., PO Box P, Pender NE 68047; Phone (402) 385-3051; Fax (402) 385-3360; 24-7 (888) 425-5382;
info@blueox.us.
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Blue Ox Adds Extended Height on Bike Rack

Blue Ox has added an extended height bike rack to their growing line of bike carriers providing a method of transport for bicycles behind motorhomes to the racks that already are being used on SUVs.

Designed with the same quality and excellence that Blue Ox provides in their other product lines, the extended height bike rack offers an easy to use rack for transporting your bicycles while towing a vehicle behind your motorhome. The bike racks have been engineered for strength and durability and can be customized to fit your needs.

These bike racks minimize swaying during transport behind your motorhome. These extended models have an added that fit on your motorhome tow bars allow for the tow bars to be folded up underneath without having to remove the bicycle from the rack.

"The extended bike rack is a perfect fit for our customers,"¯ says Jay Hesse, President of Blue Ox. "At Blue Ox they can count on 24/7 customer care to assist with all their travel needs."¯

For more information on the complete line of Blue Ox® , sport carriers, braking systems, steering controls, towing systems, weight distributing hitch systems and accessories contact Blue Ox®, One Mill Rd., PO Box P, Pender NE 68047; Phone (402) 385-3051; Fax (402) 385-3360; 24-7 (888) 425-5382;
info@blueox.us.
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